Hello. Hope you all are enjoying your Saturday. I am going to share something here so if you don't want to listen just scroll down to my card. Lol
Have you ever had someone close to you criticize your work? It just sets you back a little. This was a good reminder to me when I look at others work too. We all put our heart into our projects and we need to remember that when judging others. Just be kind. We all can find something nice to say without stomping on people feeling. Thanks for listening now on to my card today. :)
I am still pretty new to the watercolor world and floating color with depth should be easy but I struggle with it looking natural. I started with Tim Holtz watercolor paper and mowed lawn distress stain. Using my water brush I tried to make layers of color drying with my heat gun between coats. When dry I used the Lawn Fawn heart dies to cut my clover cutting the stem free-hand with an exacto knife. Greeting is from Papertrey Ink stamped in Hunter green ink. I cut my panel to 4" by 5.25" and mounted to to a A2 white card base with foam tape. I added some Nuvo crystal drops and a quick spray of Shimmer Spritz.
Followed the CASE this Sketch and added a
lucky four leaf clover.
The color scheme is monochromatic, all green.
Finally for Simon's Monday challenge I am hoping their is a lucky clover in my garden. Thanks for stopping by, Sue.